Sounds Like it’s Time to Start Negotiating

I have said it before and I’ll say it again: Mexico is way in over it’s head when it comes to negotiating with Trump. They would be well served to send someone to some Asian country and hire someone to handle negotiations for them because they don’t even realize what position they are in.

 Mexicans fear deportee and refugee camps could be popping up along their northern border under the Trump administration’s plan to start deporting to Mexico all Latin Americans and others who entered the U.S. illegally through this country.

Maybe you should have thought about that before you spent years waving them through to come to America.

Previous U.S. policy called for only Mexican citizens to be sent to Mexico. Migrants known as ‘OTMs’ – Other Than Mexicans – got flown back to their homelands.

Sounds expensive. This new development sounds like Mexico is actually going to be paying for…….whoa!

Now, under a sweeping rewrite of enforcement policies announced Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, migrants might be dumped over the border into a violence-plagued land where they have no ties while their asylum claims or deportation proceedings are heard in the United States.


Violence plagued land? That sounds kind of racist to me.

U.S. officials didn’t say what Mexico would be expected to do with them.

It’s called, “Not our problem.”

The only consensus so far in Mexico about the new policies of President Donald Trump is that the country isn’t remotely prepared.
‘Not in any way, shape or form,’ said the Rev. Patrick Murphy, a priest who runs the Casa del Migrante shelter in the border city of Tijuana, which currently houses about 55 Haitian immigrants.

Haitians in Mexico LOL! I’m going to be generous here. Someone out there go ahead and pass this article along to officials in the Mexican government because so far it appears they are utterly clueless. This is called negotiations. Trump is laying this all on you and now is the time where you are supposed to realize that you have a lot at stake here. Now you need to go to the negotiating table and start trying to work something out. Whining about how unfair it is won’t work.

They were part of wave of thousands who swarmed to the border in the closing months of the Obama administration in hopes of getting asylum in the U.S.

6666They look HuMeskin to me! 

The thing you have to understand is that Mexico actually has very strict border controls on their southern border. If you think just anybody can walk into Mexico from somewhere else you are very mistaken. This means that as long as these people made it clear that they were headed to the U.S. and payed off the right officials, they were allowed passage to come to America to sponge off of us. One might say this wasn’t a real neighborly thing of Mexico to do but they did it anyway. Now that the days of America turning a blind eye to Mexico essentially throwing their garbage over the fence into our yard are over, they find themselves scrambling around wondering what to do with the big pile of refuse still remaining in their own back yard.

Tijuana was overwhelmed, and while the government did little, a string of private Christian groups pitched in to open shelters with improvised bedding, tents and sanitary facilities. Donated food kept the Haitians going.

These are the cucks that give Christians a bad name. There are plenty of poor white people in America, believe me but what do they do? They go to Mexico to give aid to Haitians that hate them. Retards.

‘Just look at the case of the Haitians in Tijuana, what were they, seven or eight thousand? And the situation was just out of control,’ said Alejandro Hope, a Mexico City-based security analyst.

Sounds like a really shitty situation. Now might be a good time to sit down and start negotiating for some help in exchange for that wall thing.

Victor Clark, director of Tijuana’s Binational Center for Human Rights, said Mexico can simply refuse to accept non-Mexican deportees.
‘They come through one by one, and when the Mexican immigration agent sees a person who isn’t Mexican, he tells the ICE agent, “I can’t accept this person, he’s not Mexican,” and they return him to the United States.’

How come ya’ll didn’t do that back when they came into Mexico in the first place though?

Hope said the new U.S. policy could create an ‘explosive situation,’ noting that some anti-foreigner sentiment already exists in Mexico’s northern border region

Anti foreigner sentiment you say? These meskins obviously haven’t had the benefits of diversity explained to them.


The United States could pay to build the needed facilities. There would be precedents for such a deal.

Now without something in return. Seriously this stuff isn’t that hard to figure out. It’s called negotiations.

‘For this to be politically acceptable in Mexico, it would have to be paid,’ said Hope. ‘No Mexican administration could accept this kind of thing unless it were accompanied by billions of dollars.’

It’s always a bad move to try to demand money when you’re not even at the negotiating table and it’s obvious to even the casual observer that you hold the weaker hand. Look, Trump isn’t trying to destroy Mexico but what he is doing is making it clear that there are so many ways in which we can make things extremely difficult for them. I realize that for decades now these people’s version of negotiating with the U.S. has basically been to show up, whine, get a lot of money and everything they want while turning around and doing nothing for us. I guess for them it was a good gig while it lasted but reality is what it is and things have changed. These Mexican officials have to be smart enough to realize that those days are over and now they are actually going to have to do real negotiating which means not getting everything you want and free money. If they are unable to accept that, perhaps they should seriously considering asking the Japanese to negotiate on their behalf because by the way things are going now, they are going to be left with nothing but a donkey and an ass load of Haitians.


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3 thoughts on “Sounds Like it’s Time to Start Negotiating”

  1. I, personally think the entire country of MeHEEco should be leveled. They have been VERY bad, abusive neighbors, for a very very VERY long time. Level the place, and use the entire land mass as a buffer. Make it an animal game preserve.

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    1. I second that. If MehEEco is a similar habitat to the safari, we could introduce a lot of African wildlife to the country and make it a huge preserve. The way the Africans are breeding and poaching they are going to wipe out all the wildlife and flora down there. We are the only ones that care to preserve anything.

      There are billions of assorted brown peoples and just one safari. Have to make the right choice. Hard Choices. Just like Hilldawg was talking about.


      1. The overpopulation of Africa really highlights this problem. Many Africans are destined to starve to death once we cut off support. If we don’t do something to protect the wildlife they will strip the entire continent bare like locusts before it’s over.


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